Cybersecurity Training Day: August 19, 2020

8:00 am - 8:30 am REGISTRATION AND MORNING BREAKFAST

Start your day right with a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. Then get out those business cards and start meeting your fellow classmates for the day.

8:30 am - 10:30 am MASTERCLASS A: PRODUCT SECURITY EVALUATION WORKSHOP – HOW TO WORK WITH SAE 21434 IN PRACTICE

Future rules and regulations (e.g. ISO / SAE DIS 21434) will effectively require automotive manufacturers to perform and document cyber security risk assessments for each product. Early indications are that, while these standards specify clearly the type of required work and explain the necessary outcomes, they cannot extend to very clear recommendations on how to perform the analysis on real-world projects and products.

The industry has an opportunity to come together early on to close this gap, and find not only joint interpretations of these specifications, but to also
share the costs and burden of complexity in its implementation.

Join us early in taking the first steps toward a concrete Security Evaluation Framework for inter-connected interactive automotive systems, based on
ISO/SAE DIS 21434. This workshop provides a platform to discuss how to best organize joint work on the various aspects of security risk assessments.
Joint work can result in a common framework including generic threat/control catalogs, guidelines, interpretations and more.

10:30 am - 10:45 am MORNING BREAK

Take a short break and stretch your legs as we prepare for the next training session.

10:45 am - 12:45 pm MASTERCLASS B: DESIGNING SECURE VEHICLES WITH PRIVACY IN MIND

Kristie Pfosi - Senior Manager, Automotive Cybersecurity, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America
As we become more connected to vehicles and vehicles become more connected to the world, how can we stay ahead of the curve and design vehicles and passengers data? In this session we will discuss cloud security for autonomous and connected vehicles.

Design
Attendees will be presented with a challenge that will test their knowledge on privacy by design. Each team will be presented with a concept and will have to work through the connectivity and security challenges and vulnerabilities of the product.

Produce
Share your successes and challenges with the group and practice fine tuning your design philosophy.

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Kristie Pfosi

Senior Manager, Automotive Cybersecurity
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm LUNCH

Hungry? So are we! Sit down to a tasty meal while discussing the strategy sessions we’ve had this far

1:45 pm - 4:00 pm MASTERCLASS C: DESIGN YOUR FUTURE IN CYBERSECURITY

Dave Schippers - Chair of Information Technology Decision Sciences, Walsh College
In a world of ever changing threats it is important that professionals are continuously developing as well. In this session we learn from senior leaders in the community what industry trends, skills gaps and talent needs they see. Focusing on best practices for the continued development of cybersecurity professionals, be it formal education, on-the-job training or certifications.

Apply
Break into groups and map out industry trends and where the gaps in talent are. Walk through the skills and talent gaps and lay out a plan to support your team’s development.

Share
First, share your group work, your successes and challenges in the solutions you decided on. Next identify the long and short-term hurdles that you will need to overcome.

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Dave Schippers

Chair of Information Technology Decision Sciences
Walsh College

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm SCAVENGER HUNT

Take some time to stretch and join us back in the lobby at 4:30 as we do some team building and have a scavenger hunt. The Scavenger Hunt Begins. We will break up into groups and challenge ourselves and members of our team as we do a scavenger hunt!